Originally Posted by e11ys
What's the best way to keep your quads from feeling like death the day after a high-rep wall ball WOD?
WBS leave my quads, high inner thigh/groin, rear, calves, and knees sore. I've been told knee pain is from leaning too far forward when catching the ball. No one can figure out the groin pain, other than maybe I'm turning my feet out a bit too much. Stretching, some massage with tennis balls, hot baths, and some mobility wod type stuff makes it bearable. Deep tissue massage the day after a particularly nasty wbs wod wasn't fun though.